This year, between August 27 and September 27, Sunlight Theater will offer children’s shows, youth theatre, improvisation, student performances, professional theatre, street theater events and performances, drama therapy workshops and conferences, to the taste of theater lovers of all ages. .
On the first day, from 11:00 in the morning, in the children’s garden, Patricia Gavriel and Raris-Rosan will show the children that “play is art”, that is, the play is art, and Estera Mihaly, from the Improvisation Theater in Bonn, on September 27 and 28, from 11:00, in Scudder Park, the art of improvisation in English, themed “Unscript yourself”. Between August 26 and September 1 is the time of T4T 22, and the theme of the T4T National Youth Theater Festival is “Phoenix”. We are reborn.” Teens will participate in choreography, music, improvisation and comedy workshops, which will address the same topic – Phoenix, and on September 1, from 4:00 pm, theatrical performances will be presented at the Youth Center and festival prizes will be awarded.
Between September 1 and 6, as part of “Sunlight Young”, students from theater faculties from all over the country and abroad (Serbia, Hungary, Germany) will present to the public, in the Hungarian Theater Hall, the performances created during this year. The program will be as follows:
Thursday 1 September
8:30 pm Sala Studio – Szegedi Pinceszínház – Szeged Cellar Theater (Hungary) – “Widow Karnyó and the Two Blazing” directed by Csokonai Vitéz Mihály and directed by Tapasztó Ernő
Friday 2 September
19:00 Great Hall – Faculty of Arts, University of Arts in Târgu Mureș – UAT Târgu Mureș – “Homecoming”, written by Stefan Karaman, directed by: Daniela Limnaro
Saturday 3 September
7:00 pm, Great Hall – Faculty of Performing Arts, University of Arts in Belgrade (Serbia) – “Lux in tenebris”, directed by Bertolt Brecht, directed by: orđe Nešović
8:30 p.m. Studio Hall – Department of Performing Arts, University of “Lucian Plaga” in Sibiu – “We, the Children with Wings”, Dramatic Acting after Christiana F, directed by Mariana Comoran.
Sunday 4 September
20:00 Great Hall – Faculty of Theater and Film, Babeș-Bolyai University of Cluj-Napoca – “Medea” by Euripides, directed by: Denisa Hălăngău
9:30 p.m. Studio Hall – Department of Performing Arts, “Lucian Plaga” University in Sibiu – “AutoPsyCo”, adapted by Gerald Groen, directed by Ophelia Poppy
Monday 5 September
18.00, Great Hall-Athanor Akademie Passau (Germany) – “Ypsilòs. The Birth of Tragedy”, dance theatrical performance, directed by: Edith Potingsrode Pedersen
Tuesday 6 September
6:00 pm, Great Hall – Faculty of Theater, George Enescu National University of the Arts, “Perfect Strangers”, directed by Paolo Genovese, directed by Octavian Gigergo.
8 p.m. Sala Studio – Unfold Motion Timișoara – Unfold Motion Timișoara – “Je suis Giselle”, stage dance, directed by: Lavinia Urcan
9:00 pm Great Hall – Faculty of Theatre, “George Enescu” National University of Arts Iai – “First Name”, after Mathieu Delaporte, Director: Octavian Gigergo.
Wednesday 7 September
5:00 p.m., Great Hall – Department of Arts and Media, University of Craiova – “Julius Caesar”, directed by William Shakespeare, directed by: Romanita Ionescu
9 p.m. Great Hall – Faculty of Music and Theater, West University of Timisoara – “Ivanov”, by Associated Press
Chekhov, Directed by: Laura Avvarry and Claudia Eremia
Tickets for student performances are free, and seats can be reserved on the “Invite Culture!” platform. , at https://poftimcultura.ro/
The organizers offer the people of Timisoara many unique performances on the streets:
“Exodus” (Masca Theatre) – Freedom Square, Wednesday, August 31, 7:00 p.m.
“Light Dancers” (Spain) – Freedom Square, Saturday 3 September, from 6:00 pm, 9:00 pm, 10:00 pm
“Living Sculptures” (Faculty of Music and Theater Timisoara) – Freedom Square, Saturday 3 September
“Flower Swinging Poles” (Italy) – Freedom Square, Saturday 4 September, from 5:30 pm, 7:30 pm, 8:00 pm
“Flying Piano” (Italy) – Bastion, Saturday 10 September, from 7:00 pm, 8:30 pm, 10:00 pm
Access to all of these is free.
“Airport” is a production of “Journey Over Frontiers”, which will take place on September 4, starting in the year 1800, the airport to the streets in Freedom Square, where the disconnected world of the limitless imagination of childhood, with hilarious and whimsical characters, will bring them. Spectators have to be a part of the show. There will be customs inspectors, security agents, document checks, a grotesque comedy show culminating in a flash mob by invited students, along with onlookers.
Suggested professional theatrical performances are as follows:
“Happy Ending” (Theodore Aaron Estodor and Raluca Abrodo) – August 30, 8:30 p.m., Capitol Hall
“Still Life with Obese Nephew” (ODEON Theatre) – September 8, 7:00 p.m., Timișoara National Theatre
“I am blind” (Horatiu Mălăele) – September 11, 8:30 pm, Dumbrăvița Cultural Center
“The Massacre” (UNTEATRU) – September 7, 8:30 p.m., Capitol Hall
Tickets for these shows can be found on the iaBilet.ro website.
“Attitude from a dream come true. Grivița 53 “is the title under which the dialogue with director Chris Simeon Mercurian, who proposed to build the first independent theater in Romania, in September, on the banks of the Begchi, psychologist Mircea Drago and actor Robert Shane will present Bogdanov the powerful healer of art , at the “Invisible People” drama therapy workshops, which will take place on September 16 in Lydia Park, September 17 in Dacia Park, and September 18 in Alpinet Park and in Regina Maria Park.
More information can be found on the event’s Facebook page.